Geberit upgrades products and finishes 

Geberit upgrades products and finishes 

Bathroom manufacturer, Geberit, has announced one of its largest ever new product and finish upgrades across its collections.   

The product upgrades feature sleek, modern designs that reflect the latest trends in bathroom design. 

The first product to receive an upgrade is the Geberit Monolith Plus sanitary module for WCs. The product, which saves disturbing an existing wall to install a WC, has received a fresh redesign and enhanced functionalities.  

The touch-sensitive flush buttons have been redesigned to provide a dual flush operation, and to help eliminate odours, the system has an integrated odour extraction unit which uses ceramic honeycomb filter technology.  

The Monolith Plus also boasts discreet LED lighting, available in seven different colours, and a quiet, hygienic flush. 

The stylish Sigma70 flush plate range has been refined and redesigned with precision mechanics, eight new colours and materials and a minimalist floating frameless design for an effortless look.  

The Sigma50 (pictured) has also been upgraded and features new tone on tone finishes in rose gold, brass and black chrome, available as a finish on the cover plate rather than just the mounting plates and buttons. The company says this allows complete coordination throughout all bathroom accessories and finishes.  

Geberit is also now offering matt black finishes on a range of products including its Geberit ONE, as well as its Brenta and Piave ranges, with the finish now offered in products including free flow wastes, Sigma10 flush plates, Delta 50 flush plates, urinal controls type 10/30 and WC buttons.   

Additionally, the company’s minimalistic Clearline50 shower channel is now available in stainless steel and black, with a slimline design. 

Finally, Twyford has added to its product portfolio with extensions across its Alcona range. The new additions include the introduction of square rimless WCs, round semi-recessed basins, 35cm handrinse basins and round raised height WCs. 

Peter Davis, Product and Marketing Director at Geberit, said: “Geberit is committed to transforming the bathroom experience by offering innovative, sustainable and design-forward solutions. Our new products represent the culmination of years of research, development and customer feedback, and we’re confident that our range extensions will exceed our customers’ expectations in terms of performance, reliability and design. 

“From wellbeing and design to technology, hygiene and sustainability, we’re optimising and evolving our products to continue to set the standard in bathroom design.”  

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